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Trump's daughter and daughter-in-law have become involved with White House intelligence agents

Trump’s daughter and daughter-in-law have become involved with White House intelligence agents

Investigative journalist Carol Leoning’s latest book is expected to hit newsstands this week, but it’s already starting to fall short.

a guardian He obtained an excerpt from the work, titled “Zero Failure: The Rise and Fall of the Secret Service (“ Zero Failure: The Rise and Fall of the Secret Service ”), which reveals the“ inappropriate ”approach of some members of the Trump family to Secret Service personnel when Donald Trump was President of the United States .

According to Carol Leoning, Vanessa Trump, who was married to Donald Trump Jr., son of the former US president, fell in love with an agent and maintained a love affair with him. The book reveals Vanessa Trump “started dating one of her family’s designated agents”.

In 2018, Vanessa Trump has filed for divorce and the agent will not be subject to any disciplinary action.

But the lovers and hate inside the White House don’t stop there. According to the book, Donald Trump’s daughter Tiffany Trump also ended her relationship with a friend at the time and “began spending an unusual time alone with a Secret Service agent who was destined for him.”

This approach will cause concern in the highest secret services. Note that agents who aim to protect the presidential family are prohibited from making contact and relationships with the people they protect.

According to the writer, both Tiffany and the agent denied there was a case. However, the man ended up changing positions. It is not known if Trump was aware of the cases in question, but as president he has made several changes to the security team.

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Book author Carol Leennig won a Pulitzer Prize in 2015, after reporting security breaches in the secret services. The journalist also won a Pulitzer Prize for her work on the Edward Snowden case.